All News Articles for 2017-01-25

Wednesday, January 25, 2017
Lying Once Again, Trump Declares Torture 'Absolutely' Works
New comments echo those president made on the campaign trail
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War on Facts Sparks Momentum for Scientists' March on Washington
'An American government that ignores science to pursue ideological agendas endangers the world'
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GOP Attack on Women Continues With House Vote to Deny Abortion Coverage
"A woman's access to abortion should not depend on where she lives or how much money she has"
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White House Distances Itself from 'Black Site' Order After Outrage
Press Secretary Sean Spicer says he has 'no idea' where controversial document, which considers reinstating secret CIA prisons, came from
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Opposition Gathers Steam as Trump Readies Conservative Pick for Supreme Court
Vacancy left by Scalia could have been filled by Obama's pick had Republicans not blockaded the effort
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The 70-foot, hand-painted banner appeared to hang above the White House for several hours. In Call to Arms, Giant 'Resist' Banner Dropped Above Trump's White House
'The resistance is strong'
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#Badasslands National Park's Climate Change Tweets Go Viral—and Then Dark
Tweets from Badlands National Park now deleted, reportedly posted by former employee
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'Fueled by Hate': Trump Signs Order on Border Wall, Sanctuary Cities
President hits ground running with xenophobic national security measures; also reviewing keeping Guantánamo Bay open, reinstating CIA 'black sites'
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Trump's Voter Fraud Conspiracy Theory Dubbed "Prelude to Massive Suppression"
Trump's unsubstantiated claims send "a message to every Republican governor in this country to go forward with voter suppression," says Sen. Bernie Sanders
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A sign reading "Health Is A Right" held up at the Women's March in Los Angeles on January 21, 2017. The Netherlands to Counter Trump's "Global Gag Rule" With International Abortion Fund
Fearing for women's health, Dutch government steps forward to ensure reproductive healthcare programs around the world remain funded
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